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    I was told I was more at risk and next baby should be at a large hospital where there's more than one obstetrician available at a time (weekends etc). Mine was primarily due to severe atonic uterus and was fixed with a b-lynch suture.

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    I had a pph after bub no 3, 1st csection. Seriously felt like I was dying. Took me months and months to recover. Not sure how much blood I lost but I had 3 bags of blood transfusion.

    My no 4 bub also csection was born 4 months ago. I was so so scared of going thru the same thing. However I think my whole preperation, birth and recovery was way better.

    About 2 weeks I think before my elective date I had an iron transfusion. Im not sure how or why that helps to try prevent pph but it works. I had no pph and seriously felt a million bucks after my delivery. Im sure I bored everyone I know gushing about how wonderful my delivery and recovery was lol.

    I felt back to my usual pre pregnancy self by the end of week 1😆


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    Just want to add we had no answer as to why my pph occured

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